Closing out the Our Mobility Future series will be a September 23rd panel discussion held at Honda R&D Americas (HRA) Mobility Collaboration Garage. The focus of the event will be understanding how mobility may be regulated from a governmental, technological, and financial perspective. Hear from industry leaders, legal experts and policy makers about their ideas on how these issues might be handled, and what it could mean for you. Our panel will feature:
- Jennifer A. Dukarski
Shareholder, Butzel Long Ann Arbor
- Daniel A. Crane Frederick
Paul Furth, Sr. Professor of Law, University of Michigan Law School
- Adam Zemke
Global STEM Education Manager, Ford Motor Company, and former member of the Michigan House of Representatives
This event also provides a look at an innovative facility: HRA’s Mobility Collaboration Garage is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, just outside the Motor City. Here, HRA’s Automobile Technology Research (ATR) Group is performing research in two main areas: the first is in precompetitive cooperative research with other automakers, the U.S. government, and universities on advanced automotive safety. The second is in identifying and researching future technology areas, particularly those in the Connected, Autonomous, Shared, and Electric space.
HRA Mobility Collaboration Garage
2420 Oak Valley Dr.
Ann Arbor, MI 48103